Modern Day Zero Biography
The Saint Louis, Missouri USA-based Alternative-Rock outfit, Modern Day
Zero, originally comprised singer Scott Gertken, guitarists Matt Arana
and Rock Davis, bassist Rich Criebaum and drummer Brian Pearia.
Most of the members began playing together in the second half of the '90s in a band called Mesh Slt releasing in 2001 an album which included the Mainstream Rock top 30 single "Maybe Tomorrow".
During 2004 the quintet recorded their debut album, "Coming Up For Air", which includes the first single "Sick Inside"; before the record was released Arana parted ways with the band and was replaced by guitarist Zach Broderick.
Modern Day Zero issued its second album, "The Wait", in May 2007 before going on indefinite hiatus.